Published July 22, 2011
Fox 411's 'Week in Music' kicks off with 14-year-old Rebecca Black, who is once again basking in YouTube glory as her new tune 'My Moment' earned more than 6 million views in mere days.
The video depicts the Internet star enjoying hew newly found fame after her first hit song 'Friday' put her on the scene.
And speaking of teen sensations, Selena Gomez who has made her mark on the small screen, big screen and now the music charts.
With her new band Selena Gomez & the Scene, the Disney star tops the Billboard Dance Club Songs list with the lead single "Who Says" from the album "When the Sun Goes Down."
Next, we catch up with soul-singer Marc Broussard, who is currently on tour in an effort to promote his new self-titled album, which he tells FOX 411 consists of the 'greatest recorded music ever compiled.'
Broussard is currently headlining a tour spanning the U.S. alongside the British band "Scars on 45," who also sat down with FOX 411. Lead singer and guitarist Danny Bemrose opened up about the tour, praising Broussard's baritone voice and telling us all about his trepidation of having to sing in before him. Check out the video interview for more.
"Scars on 45" recently released their EP, titled 'Give Me Something' which skyrocketed to the number 4 spot on the Triple A charts behind Coldplay, Adele, and Death Cab For Cutie. But the Fleetwood Mac-inspired band won't let this honor go to their heads. They proclaim they 'haven't really achieved anything yet' and continue to be ambitious.
Be sure to click to hear Marc Broussard's very unique take on his album, more on Scars on 45, and the hottest news from the west coast music scene with FOX 411.